ROH Women of Honor Wednesday Announced

Women's Division Wednesday

During the 19th Anniversary pay-per-view, newly appointed Ring of Honor Board of Directors member Maria Kanellis announced a tournament to crown an inaugural Ring of Honor Women’s World Champion. The announcement was made in the ring by Kanellis while being interviewed by Quinn McKay. No date was announced for the tournament, but ROH did reveal it will take place this summer. During this week’s edition of ROH Week by Week on YouTube, McKay announced a new weekly show that will feature the women of ROH titled, Women’s Division Wednesday.

The first episode will air next Wednesday 4/28 on the Ring of Honor YouTube channel. New episodes of Women’s Division Wednesday will premiere each Wednesday on the ROH YouTube channel. No wrestlers have been named for the show yet, but McKay did mention that it will feature new and veteran Ring of Honor talent.

Ring of Honor retired the Women of Honor Championship at the end of 2019. Kelly Klein was the last wrestler to hold the belt before her departure from Ring of Honor.

Quinn Mckay will make her ROH TV debut on a future episode of ROH TV against Angelina Love. Love interrupted Kanellis while she was making the tournament announcment, and challenged her authority. Kanellis then gave Love the ultimatum that if she could defeat McKay, she would earn a first-round bye in the tournament.

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